magnetic sound track

magnetic sound track

[mag′ned·ik ′sau̇n ‚trak]
(engineering acoustics)
A magnetic tape, attached to a motion picture film, on which a sound recording is made.
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3) The project ends in 2014 by which time the government will have spent 154 million euro in preserving and digitising millions of metres of film and magnetic sound track, as well as thousands of hours of audio and videotapes, plus millions of photographs.
According to the planning of 'Images for the Future', archives must collectively conserve and digitise the following until 2014: about 22,500 hours of film and magnetic sound track (of which 17,500 belong to Sound and Vision); 137,000 hours of video of all tape formats; 124,000 hours of audio (mainly radio programmes); and 2.